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FRESHMEN BREAK MIDDLESEX WINNING STREAK BY 3-2 VICTORY

George Owen's Work in Box and at Bat Responsible for Result.

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The all-around playing of George Owen, both in the pitcher's box and at bat, where he hit out a double and a single, brought a 3-2 victory to the Freshman baseball team over Middlesex School at Concord yesterday, breaking the school's record of nine straight games won. A triple by J. C. Bancroft in the eighth inning with Owen on first scored the winning run for the Yearlings. The game was fast and the best played that 1923 has staged this season, with only one error committed by each team.

On each side the hits and strike-outs were as close as the score, with the Freshmen getting six bingles and also fanning six times, while Middlesex had seven of each. J. S. Clark '28 played a sterling game in left infield and also starred at bat, securing two hits and one run. For Middlesex Brown played the best game.

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